WILD 350 Mammalogy (3 credits)

Offered by: Natural Resource Sciences (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)


Resource Development : This course focuses on the evolution, classification, ecology and behaviour of mammals and relations between humans and mammals. Also structure, systematics and identification of local and world mammals, as well as field methods will be emphasized.

Terms: Winter 2019

Instructors: Murray Mitchell Humphries, Christie-Anna Lovat (Winter)

  • Winter

  • 2 lectures and one 3-hour lab

  • Prerequisites: AEBI 211 or WILD 200 (formerly AEBI 200), and WILD 307 (formerly ZOOL 307)

  • A fee of $16.21 is charged to all students registered in WILD 350, Mammalogy, a course that has a required field trip. This fee is used to support the cost of excursions and equipment associated with local field trips. The fee is only refundable prior to the deadline to withdraw with full refund.”